(fwd) I-D ACTION:draft-fujikawa-stream-uri-00.txt

From: Michael A. Dolan (miked@tbt.com)
Date: Tue, Jan 04 2000

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    From: "Michael A. Dolan" <miked@tbt.com>
    Subject: (fwd) I-D ACTION:draft-fujikawa-stream-uri-00.txt
    This is interesting.  It is targeted for SDP-announced streaming media, but...
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    >	Title		: Stream URI Scheme
    >	Author(s)	: F. Kenji, K. Shinobu, T. Tsuyoshi
    >	Filename	: draft-fujikawa-stream-uri-00.txt
    >	Pages		: 6
    >	Date		: 03-Jan-00
    >This document describes the Stream Uniform Resource Identifier which
    >allows Internet clients to have direct access to multimedia streams.
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